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    Everyone knows that there are better champagnes than Dom. Like Krug or Cristal, for instance.
    Who wants to try a bottle of merc's "Extroversion Olive Oil?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    ?Supermarket Snubbing When you see a man tossing Pop-Tarts into his basket at the market, you get the urge to read him the list of unhealthy ingredients. You judge people in the checkout line by the number of frozen entrees and salty snacks they're buying.
    I do this. If they're buying a good mix of junk and healthy it's fine but I'm always curious how/what people shop and buy.
    I like to rock n' roll all night and *part* of every day. I usually have errands... I can only rock from like 1-3.

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    This is the most anti-Se post I've ever seen.

    I agree with a lot of it, but it does make sense that an INFJ would write it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    10 Ways to Tell If You're a Snob - Foxy Festivities on Yahoo! Food

    10 Ways to Tell If You're a Snob
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    Are you a bit discerning or too hoity-toity for your own good? Do you simply have an excellent sense of style or are you a bona fide snob? Here are ten ways to tell, because most people don't think it's them. If more than one or two sound familiar, open your mind because you've just qualified as an S-N-O-B...


    ?The Name Game You name-drop -- from the pricey bottle of "Dom" you downed last night to how ultra-comfy your new "Gucci" loafers are.

    ?Kennedy-itis You hide the truth about your humble family background. Instead of proudly talking about dad's career as a plumber, you refer to him as an "engineer."

    ?Auto-Phobia When your date shows up in a non-luxury ride (something other than a BMW, Mercedes, or Porsche), you feel the urge to feign illness because you'd rather take an ambulance than get in a "junker."

    ?Shopping Secrets You only shop discount stores at a computer in the privacy of your home because the thought of being spotted with a cart full of goods at K-Mart makes you shudder.

    ?Bling Bias When it comes to engagement rings, smaller stones make you feel bad for the bride.

    ?Food Fears When someone suggests a restaurant where you serve yourself, you laugh. So, any eating that requires waiting in line, especially fast food, is out of the question.

    ?Label Mania Even when it comes to plain old basic white t-shirts, the ones by trusty brands such as Hanes and Fruit of the Loom are out of the question. You need designer names on everything from you socks to your undies.

    ?Gift Gripes When friends give you gifts, you think right away about how much it cost. Maybe you even believe the quality of the relationship is equivalent to the price of the goody. The more expensive the item, the closer you feel to your friend.

    ?Supermarket Snubbing When you see a man tossing Pop-Tarts into his basket at the market, you get the urge to read him the list of unhealthy ingredients. You judge people in the checkout line by the number of frozen entrees and salty snacks they're buying.

    ?Pet Peeves Your "babies" are costly purebreds that you dress like four-pawed princes and princesses. And you judge other pet-owners who don't serve their animals organic dinner off real china.


    sometimes i do "supermarket snubbing", but i don't feel the urge to correct anyone else... i just notice if something looks gross... and if the physical state of the person pushing the cart matches what i think of that item... well, then i'm being snobby... but not noticeably, if that matters.
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    I shop at the thirft store and garage sales. I think it's funny that so many people have to pay so much for stuff to feel better about themselves. They are usually my benefactors who shop for stuff they don't need and then give it away for next to nothing.

    But my Mother-in-law thinks it is awful that I shop in these ways. She says I am insulting my husband's earning potiental!

    She says she has too much pride to even clip coupons or shop sales.

    ?Supermarket Snubbing When you see a man tossing Pop-Tarts into his basket at the market, you get the urge to read him the list of unhealthy ingredients. You judge people in the checkout line by the number of frozen entrees and salty snacks they're buying.
    This really, really annoys me in other people. When things go on sale buy-one-get-one free and it is something I actually use and like, I'll buy two or three months worth of it. People can't resist making dumbassed comments, even the checkers and it's like, hey it's on sale, dumbass, shut up about it already. Don't people have enough worries of their own in life?

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    Nope to all of them. I guess I'm not a snob. In fact, I thought they were pretty funny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    I shop at the thirft store and garage sales. I think it's funny that so many people have to pay so much for stuff to feel better about themselves. They are usually my benefactors who shop for stuff they don't need and then give it away for next to nothing.

    But my Mother-in-law thinks it is awful that I shop in these ways. She says I am insulting my husband's earning potiental!

    She says she has too much pride to even clip coupons or shop sales.



    This really, really annoys me in other people. When things go on sale buy-one-get-one free and it is something I actually use and like, I'll buy two or three months worth of it. People can't resist making dumbassed comments, even the checkers and it's like, hey it's on sale, dumbass, shut up about it already. Don't people have enough worries of their own in life?
    Oh my god - I could have written this post.
    I love thrift and consignment stores and I'm not afraid to say it - there's some damn good deals. The prices of name brands and labels are ridiculous. I also hate it when my mother (ENTx) judges other people based on what's in their cart. I often enjoy pondering and imagining which food items are for which family member, or for what occasion. It's more enjoyable to imagine the good that they're doing with a fatty food then judge and degrade them.
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    wow you described people I hate. And the supermarket snubbing? why? that's pointless, I don't know them they can eat whatever the hell they want. And s'more poptarts are delicious, so yeah! I just don't see the point in doing any of these things on the list. And I know how unhealthy things are and I'm usually aware of the ingredients in things, I do read labels, but then I just don't care. You people live forever, but not me I want to die at 80, you can die at 120 but I'm already partially sick of the human race.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    And s'more poptarts are delicious, so yeah!



    (actually I prefer them to real s'mores. Maybe there's something wrong with that...)

    Oh & yeah.. everything else you said.
    I concur.
    Except dying at 80.
    I want to be ...eternal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    I shop at the thirft store and garage sales. I think it's funny that so many people have to pay so much for stuff to feel better about themselves. They are usually my benefactors who shop for stuff they don't need and then give it away for next to nothing.
    Yeah, while I was growing up my mom bought almost everything (not underwear, for sanitary reasons) from thrifts stores and garage sales. Hell, my dad actually WAS an engineer, and untill I happened upon some of his tax forms in 3rd grade I always assumed we were poorer than everyone else in whichever neighborhood we lived in (we moved around a lot). I admit my first reaction was resentment that my apparently poorer friends had more transformers than I did, but now I am very thankful for the upbringing I had.

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